IF YOU ever keep on wondering why the traffic in this city of ours is so topsy-turvy, well here's the answer.
WELL, it seems like the Truth Commission is in for a rough sailing.
AS REGINE Velasquez was singing that haunting song of hers during the inaugural ceremonies for our new president, I could not help but have goosebumps grow all over me.
I AM afraid that what I am about to opine about may put me in hot water with the Roman Catholic hierarchy. So before anything else, I would like get this clear.
PRESIDENTIAL shoo-in Noynoy Aquino is perhaps not fully aware that his arrogant refusal to recognize Renato Corona as the newly appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is sending a very dangerous
HOW often has it been said that we should learn from the lessons of history.
BARRING any major computer glitch, the National Elections will hopefully come to pass this coming Monday.
THE condescendingly referred to themselves as the “Battling Bastards of Bataan” - “no mama, no papa, no Uncle Sam.” Against the onslaught of the vastly superior force of the invading Japanese
WHEN we were in law school, we have been taught by our professors that the Supreme Court is the court of last resort. It is the final arbiter of all legal controversies.